reconcile


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Synonyms for reconcile

reunite

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make peace between

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reconcile yourself to something

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Synonyms for reconcile

to reestablish friendship between

to bring (something) into a state of agreement or accord

to bring (oneself) to accept

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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

Synonyms for reconcile

make (one thing) compatible with (another)

bring into consonance or accord

accept as inevitable

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Sometimes," he said, "I see that certain people realize that God is quick to reconcile with a repentant sinner.
Several other celebrity couples have also previously called it quits on relationships, only to happily reconcile later on.
By focusing on what all sicknesses have in common, one can attempt to attack and reconcile that gas situation and mineralization issues.
The veteran actor posted: "I can reconcile with my mind.
After the violence that erupted that day, a fundamental question followed almost immediately: How can we heal our wounds and reconcile our people?
Created in 2002 as Paris's anti-museum and expanded to 236,000 square feet in 2012, Le Palais is intended to reconcile the City of Light with contemporary art, just as Israeli-born Arad has reconciled design and art with limited-edition pieces commanding up to six figures at auction.
project aims to address the issue of equal opportunities for women and men in the labor market and to reconcile work and family in the Pardubice and Hradec KrEilove.
We need to acknowledge the extent of our separation from God and our inability to reconcile ourselves.
Summary: JEDDAH: A presenter on an FM radio show inadvertently caused a young man and his fiancee to break their engagement despite her subsequent attempts to reconcile them.
Iraq's government said Monday it would not reconcile with members of Al-Qaeda or anyone who has killed Iraqis, but suggested it was open to talks with those who had fought American forces, Reuters reported.
To help reconcile that situation, Cardinal created its Reconciliation service for Medicine Shoppe franchisees and other independents in 2006.
LAWYERS for Charlie Sheen and his wife said yesterday the couple want to reconcile even though Brooke Sheen told police her husband put a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her.
While presiding over a meeting of fiscal monitoring committee, here Tuesday, the Minister said that every department should maintain its accounts up to date and reconcile their accounts according to their expenditures.
London, May 25 (ANI): Oz musician Peter Andre has revealed that he wants a "quickie divorce" from his estranged wife Jordan, despite the latter's constant pleas to reconcile.
1 : to make friendly again <She helped to reconcile friends who had been quarreling.